On October 17th, Culiacan, the capital of the Mexican state of Sinaloa, a city of over one million, was held hostage by the army and military firepower of the Sinaloa Cartel. Under the threat of mass civilian deaths throughout the North of Mexico, the Mexican government was forced to let the arrested son of "El Chapo" Ovidio Guzman Lopez go free. The Sinaloa cartel has now emerged as the main distributor in the U.S. of a new, cheaper form of fentanyl, as well a much more potent meth, called meth.2. Since this event on October 17th, the U.S. and Mexico have begun collaboration on joint Operation Frozen, signaling the beginning of a serious war against the Mexican drug cartels, the bankers collaborating with them, and the British empire of which the Mexican drug cartels are key part. This is perhaps the meaning one can attribute to Trump's comments on the need to end the "endless wars" so as to bring the troops home to defend the nation and its borders.
Not reported in the U.S. media is the Mexican government's published estimate that 60% of Mexican territory is controlled by the drug cartels, 20% is in dispute, and that the Mexican government is only in actual full control of 20% of Mexican territory. Effectively, in many ways, the U.S. border has been controlled by the Mexican drug cartels and not the U.S. or the Mexican government. Nor should we ignore the penetration and political power of the Mexican cartel linked distribution networks in the U.S. which distribute the lion's share of the illegal drugs that enter the U.S. While the population of the U.S. is flooded with human trafficking, cheap powerful meth, and fentanyl, the flow of individuals seeking to leave the drug cartel controlled areas is a major cause of illegal migration into the U.S. The current supporters and allies of the Mexican drug cartels in the U.S. are billionaires like George Soros, the Obama apparatus, the Democratic Party seeking the impeachment of the President, Wall Street, and large sections of the FBI and the U.S. Intelligence Community. The imperative collaboration between AMLO and Trump to wage this war against the Mexican drug cartels, along with economic development on both sides of the border, is key. President Obama's "fast and furious" relationship in arming the Mexican drug cartels with military grade weapons was not only instrumental in obtaining the financial support for Obama's electoral victories, but giving these cartels increasing dual state power in Mexico proper.
Today one can see the real face of the British empire on our city streets, and in the poorer rural areas of the nation, in the increasing gaunt faces, emaciation, trembling, rotting teeth, and skin lesions of people we see everyday. Genocide by another name. This war will succeed without ultimately taking on the banking system it supports. The time to crush the empire's "Dope, Inc," as originally put forward in 1978 by the LaRouche movement is now.
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